September 20, 2018
Radisson Blu |
Durham, DH1 5TA United Kingdom
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Join us on Thursday 20th September and discover the latest developments in Bioresources and the Circular Economy.
The NEPIC International Bioresources Conference brings together a large gathering of senior industrialists, business leaders, scientists, academics and agriculturalists from across global markets to hear some of the latest developments in the circular economy and bioresources sector.
The North East of England is once again proud to be hosting this international event, complemented by delegates and speakers from global markets and sectors representing a first-class opportunity to share expertise and network with like-minded companies and individuals.
Highlighting some of the ground-breaking work being carried out in the field of Industrial Biotechnology the conference seeks to both raise awareness of current developments and provide an opportunity for interested parties to network and discuss possible opportunities and collaboration.
The conference will also look at innovative solutions to some of the key problems facing the world today including decarbonisation, waste plastics recycling, hydrogen and waste to fuel for transport, and industrial symbiosis. Delegates will hear exciting developments in key projects impacting on the sector as well as an update on Industrial Strategy for the Tees Valley.
A key conference objective will be to get organisations and individuals talking to each other, sharing knowledge, tackling complex issues and topics and seeking opportunities for collaboration, business growth and investment.
Green Lizard Technologies | Prof. Martin Atkins
Chemical Products from Bioresources
Ingenza | Dr. Reuben Carr
maximising sustainability in bio-based chemicals manufacturing
Quorn | Dr. Rob Johnson
Extending the Continuous Fermentation
C-Capture | Prof. Chris Rayner
Development of C-Capture’s CO2 Separation Technology in Renewable Bioenergy Applications
International Synergies Limited | James Woodcock
Industrial Symbiosis in the Biosector
Power Minerals | Ian Fox
Power Station Ash to Fertiliser
Biolite Technologies | David Sigsworth
Licella | Martin Gulbis
The Cat-HTR platform and its future in Wilton
Alstom | Phil Laxton
Hydrogen trains in the UK
Velocys | Paul Ticehurst
UK waste-to-sustainable jet fuel plant
Bio Base Europe | Lieve Hoflack
Case Study on Ghent and the role of Bioresources
KPMG | Duncan Michie
TVCA Low Carbon Industrial Strategy
The Conference will once again incorporate a pre-event dinner on the evening of the 19th September for sponsors, speakers and invited guests.
Registration is now open with day delegate tickets available at £125 for NEPIC members and £175 for non-members. Prices exclude VAT and booking fee when purchasing on-line. An invoice option is available also.
If you’re interested in finding more out about membership of NEPIC, please click here.
If you are interested in event sponsorship opportunities, please contact Lynne Aungiers for further information.
Hotel Accommodation – Radisson Blu, Durham
NEPIC has secured a preferred B/B rate of £115.00 (inc VAT) for conference attendees. Simply contact Rebecca Wade (Events) at the Radisson Blu, Durham via firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0) 191 372 7200 and quote NEPIC at the time of booking.